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>> sarah: breaking news at noon. a dedham man charged with killing his father. police found victim early this morning with multiple injuries. he was rushed to the hospital where he later died. steve cooper live in dedham where the suspect just appeared in court. steve? >> reporter: right. he was in court moments ago here. he pleaded not guilty to the murder of his father. but prosecutors revealing some pretty chilling details, saying that the suspect told police that he had a disagreement with his father around 2:00 this morning. again, all this playing out at the courthouse.
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hammer, threw him down the stairs. then called 911 for help. >> shocking. shocking. you know. >> reporter: neighbors in dedham shocked this morning, watching state troopers and dedham police detectives wearing masks and protective boots as they execute a search warrant following a murder overnight. >> 2:00 in the morning. there was police all over the place. >> my wife got up to go to the bathroom. she said, you know, she said something is not good. you know. responded to 62 lower east street around 2:00 a.m. after receiving a telephone call. 59-year-old paul anderson was rushed to norwood hospital with multiple traumatic injuries and was pronounced dead. his 25-year-old son alex anderson who lived in the house with his father was taken into custody and then charged with murder. >> any reaction that there was a murder next-door? >> well, we have been here for 27 years. the first time.
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leaving neighbors anxious for answers here. >> sad situation. you know? >> reporter: what is the bottom line... just tragic. >> it is terrible. i don't want my kids to think about it. you know what i mean? >> reporter: anderson just faced a judge moments ago. he is held without bail right now. he will return to the courthouse next month. it is then we may learn more from prosecutors as far as a motive for the murder. we are live in dedham, steve cooper, 7 news. >> sarah: nashua police confirm a body found in the merrimack river is that of a 16-year-old who went missing over the weekend. jacob goulet went missing during a storm on friday night. nashua police believe goulet may have fallen down a storm drain and ended up in the river. now to a developing story. police have identified the driver in this wrong-way crash that left five people dead including four college students. investigators say the 31-year-old woman was driving southbound on 495 north when
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middleborough with more. job? >> reporter: sar remarks state police say that wrong-way driver is 32-year-old valentin of fall river. they i.d.ed the four college students in the car she hit. >> horrific accident for our guys. and for the families involved. >> reporter: a crash on 495 in middleborough. killing five people early monday morning. >> they are all great kids. they had really good hearts. you know? student at anna maria college was behind the wheel of this mercury sable before he and three others were hit head-on by a wrong-way driver. >> fun-loving kid. >> reporter: he spoke to his father on sunday. the last conversation the two would have. >> he was a good kid. never got in any trouble. i always said i always had to worry about other people. other things. stopping him. >> reporter: 19-year-old jordan fisher was also in the
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student at becker college. he was home this weekend to see family. >> my best friend, my cousin. you know, hung out every day. played basketball together. you know, went through life together. you know, he was like a brother to me. >> reporter: two others, another becker student, an 18-year-old from west babylon, new york and a 19-year-old from hyannis were also killed. state police are still trying to figure out what caused the 31-year-old driver of this infiniti to get on the highway the wrong way. state police don't exp t today. other than the fact that this crash is still under investigation. we are live from middleborough, 7 news. >> sarah: a man facing animal abuse charges in court today. this man, 46-year-old john bowen was arrested last night after reports he was physically assaulting his dog. witnesses told office bowen was punching and lifting his husky by the leash. surveillance video later confirmed the witness statements and bowen was taken
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there is a chill in the air today. even with the sunshine out there. let's send it over to danielle gersh with more. >> certainly, very chilly today. we are going to continue to see cooler temperatures for the next couple of days here, sarah. a look at the satellite and radar. we have some more clouds streaming. in still a mostly sunny day today. even with the sunshine, temperatures going to struggle get out of the 40's today. and again that, trend going to continue. so that west, northwest wind is bringing in a lot of that cool air from canada. of year should be in the upper 50's. instead, we are staying in the 40's. through thursday. not jumping back into the 50's until friday. we are also dry for the next two days. but chilly. not tracking the next chance for rain. until thursday afternoon. into friday. more on that coming up. sarah, back to you. >> sarah: two weeks until the election. hillary clinton is maintaining her lead in the race for the white house. according to the latest nbc survey monkey poll, in a
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nominee has a six shf point lead over the republican nominee donald trump. clinton has 50% of the vote. trump has 44%. that is with a 1% margin of error. the candidates are out in full force hitting the swing states hard to sway undecided voters. kris anderson has the latest. >> kris: well, the trump campaign is hitting cities across florida with a simple message. don't listen to the media, the race is not over. two weeks out and donald trump is campaigning in all-important florida. new polls have tr >> because this is part of the crooked system. it is part of the rigged system that i have been talking about since i entered the race. the media isn't just against me. they are against all of you. >> reporter: in tampa, trump brought up a new poll from investors business daily that has him winning. >> has us up two points nationwide. we are leading. number one. >> reporter: trump firing back over allegations that a hillary clinton ally gave thousands of dollars to the campaign of the spouse of an
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connected to the clinton e-mail investigation. >> no wonder they found nothing wrong! >> reporter: trump also taking to facebook, launching a live-streaming nightly so-called newscast. >> hi. welcome to trump tower live... >> reporter: many are wondering if it is a prototype of a possible trump tv network. trump's florida push continuing today in sanford and tall hassey, florida. as for hillary clinton, she is turning her attention to helping democrats take back the senate. >> reporter: hillary clinton feeling confident in new hampshire. >> i wish the election were today. she was joined by elizabeth warren. >> he thinks that because he has money that he can call women fat pigs and bimboes. >> reporter: hammering donald trump after this comment at the last debate. >> such a nasty woman. >> get this, donald! nasty women are tough. nasty women are smart. and nasty women vote!
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senate where democrats need four seats to take back control. in new hampshire, clinton was pushing for governor maggie hassan to knock out senator kelly ayotte. >> unlike her opponent, she has never been afraid to stand up to donald trump. (cheers and applause) she knows he shouldn't be a role model for our kids or anybody else, for that matter. >> reporter: last week, the clint orrin campaign moved more than $7 million to help boost other democrats. kris anderson, 7 news. >> sarah: more news today: police in fall river have arrested a 16-year-old in connection with a murder that happened in july. jaden smicht was arrested just before midnight. he had been on the run for three months and was on the state's most wanted list. smith is facing a judge today. firefighters in topsfield racing to the rescue after a porch collapse. fire investigators tell us a man got trapped in a ten-foot hole when a screened-in porch collapsed at a home on boston street monday evening.
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into the hole to help pull the man out. he is now recovering from those injuries. a fall river high school is seeing stepped-up security tailed afteran alarming photo turned up on snap-chat. it appeared to show a student holding a gun, and police ended up taking a 15-year-old into custody. jennifer eagan has more now from fall river. >> reporter: students heading to class at durfee high school in fall river will first have to go through tighter security after this photo posted to snam-chat caused a sl >> i'm pretty sure that security is going to be more heavy on kids now to. see if they are, like, doing anything suspicious and whatnot. >> reporter: the photo of a gun with the caption "life at durfee" spread around school yesterday morning. parents were notified. >> terrifying. i got here in three minutes from my house. >> reporter: it may have been taken on or close to school grounds. investigators say the 15-year-old student who created the image wasn't at the school. they tracked him down in
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gun. he was arrested. parents were upset when they went to pick up students after the lockdown. >> they need to get more secure... security guards here. that know what they are doing. this is crazy. report t school says metal detectors are part of the plan to increase security. a step towards keeping students safer that this sophomore finds discouraging. >> i think it is pretty pathetic. considering i go here. i have to worry about mysel and i can't just, like, go to school and just do what i do. i have to be worried all the time about what's going on. >> reporter: that 15-year-old student faces multiple charges, including possessing a weapon fbs on school grounds. in fall river, jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> sarah: harvard and its dining workers coming to a tentative agreement. the strike has come to a halt after nearly three weeks of picketing. according to the harvard crimson and the head of the
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workers will be available to vote on the deal on wednesday. the workers went on strike earlier this month. seeking higher wages and hoping to prevent any changes to their health benefits. there are new details about the deadly accident at a pizza restaurant in newton. the husband of one of the victims is suing the driver. the husband has now filed a wrongful death suit. that comes a few weeks after the driver was criminally charged. the lawsuit was filed by an attorney representing the husband claiming the driver was negligent. according to the d.a., the driver bradford casler was speeding and ran a red light. the d.a. says casler never hit the brakes. even after his s.u.v. hit two other cars before hopping the curb into the packed restaurant. casler was formally charged just last month, six months after the crash. he is facing two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one
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endanger. a driver deadline is almost here. tolls get ready to go electronic. what happens if you don't have an ez pass on friday? more on what you need to know. >> reporter: say good-bye to tollbooths along the mass. pike. >> on october 28, we will be going live with the all-electronic tolling system. >> right after that happens, these tollbooths will begin to be demolished. >> reporter: the final step in a long phase to encourage drivers to use automatic transponders. >> last year we gave out about 45,000 transponders. this year, for that same exact time frame, we are over 150,000. >> reporter: that is just in the last two months. >> you don't have one, don't worry. the new system can bill your toll by mail through your license plate. eliminating the toll plazas and the underground tunnel system that supports them should speed traffic up. >> the new roadway alignment will be about forecast chest-tight through here. that is because these tunnels act as a speed bump, if you
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save the state money. >> it is a lotless expensive to collect a toll using a transponder than it is using a body to collect the cash. >> reporter: it will come at a cost. expect a bit of a construction mess in the coming months. and some of the 500 current toll collectors will lose their jobs. >> there will be lawyers. there will be layoffs. somewhere between 2000, and 250. >> reporter: they have offered job training and placement to help as many of the toll collectors that they can. the electronic tolling officially goes into place friday night. victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: coming up at noon, a rhode island football team: how they caught one adult breaking the rules. we have a winner. stick around to find out who did it better in this week's
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imagine if your child were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level.
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32,000 kids want to go to a public charter school. but they can't. if you like your public school, question 2 won't affect you. but for kids stuck in failing school districts, question 2 will let parents choose something better and give all our kids hope. please vote yes on question 2. scene of a school bus crash. the bus crashed right into a house in the area of kitter and cory streets. according to police, all children are off the bus safely. that road is now shut down. we have a crew on the way to the scene as well as sky 7 hd. of course, we will bring you the latest as soon as it comes in.
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boston. with the west, northwest wind at 15 miles per hour. so it's a breezy day. and that west, northwest wind is bringing in a lot of cooler air. now, october for the most part, is actually a warmer month. with our average temperature right around 58 degrees. we even had temperatures in the 80's. just last week. so we are going to end the month on a chilly note. what a difference a week makes. also, october so far, we have picked up over four inches of rain. and this is the first time since february we have had and just this month, we have had more rain than we did in june, july, and august combined. so we certainly do still need the rain. it is breezy out there. anywhere from 15-20 miles an hour. it will stay breezy throughout the day. winds die down a little bit. as we head into overnight hours. that is also when this freeze warning will go into effect early tomorrow morning. for all of these areas in purple. we will be under a clear skies through the overnight hours.
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look at what we can expect through the overnight hours. temperatures below freezing for some spots. boston, 37. towards the coastline, a little bit warmer. nonetheless, much cooler out there. you need the jackets. looking ahead to tomorrow, a cool day. much like today. not much change. we won't really track changes until we head into thursday. we will watch this area of low pressure track east. and keep in mind, we have much cooler air in place, too. vermont, a lot of that rain going to fall as snow. for us, thursday, the morning hours, the clouds increase. looks like the rain will arrive as we head into the afternoon. continuing into thursday evening. and then it could even linger into friday. as i mentioned, no snow for us. all of it staying to our north and to our west. but when we are all said and done with, this, it does look like we could pick up half an inch to an inch of beneficial raf.
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it is breezy. temperatures mid-40's. to 50 degrees. tonight, very chilly. freeze warning in effect. a lot of you going to drop down into those upper 20's. and then tomorrow, a lot like today. mostly sunny. chilly. temperatures in the 40's. here is the forecast: next chance for rain, thursday evening into friday. but notice friday, those temperatures jump back up into the 50's. they will stay there through the weekend. we could see an isolated shower saturday evening into early sunday. and then monday looks good for halloween. temperatures in the low 50's. >> sarah: all right. we will update you on the breaking news we have been following out of quincy. police say several of the children on that school bus have been transported to the hospital with minor injuries. again, this is after the school bus crash. the bus crash happened right outside of this house there in the area of kittier and cory street. the road now shut down. we have a crew on the way to the scene. of course, we will bring you
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. senate majority pac is responsible
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>> sarah: a football player in rhode island kicked out of the game after parents and officials say he was too old to play. the man was seen sneaking on to the field with 13 and 14-year-olds. the problem? he is believed to be over 18. parents snap photos as they spot a young man putting on a
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against younger kids this weekend. league leaders believe he is 18-20 years old. he suited up at halftime for the capital city buccaneers who were losing. went on to the field and took part in several plays before getting kicked out. >> i was more furious and embarrassed and ashamed that they did that. >> reporter: alexandra is the team's founder. >> the coach told me it was his decision. it was his mistake. he feels sorry. >> reporter: she says she fired the team's coach and result. she had to step away from the game for a few minutes when this happened. >> if i was there, i would never ever happen. the safety of these kids is more important to me than anything. that is not how i run my program. it hurts me. it hurts the community. it hurts the children. a lot has been ripped from them. >> reporter: she had not gotten word that the league had decided to permanently ban them.
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he is also the head of the opposing team. >> it is pretty serious. you know, basically, you know, a grown man going up against 13 and 14-year-olds. certainly, extremely concerned when fast child could very easily have gotten hurt. >> sarah: the man who went into the game is the older brother of one of the players on the team. all right. we want to continue to update you on this breaking news out of quincy. police say several of the children that were transported on this school bus w injuries. that bus crashed right into that house you see there. this is in the area of kitter and cory streets. the road is now shut down. one of our 7 news executive producers, mike fahey is actually there. a witness to all of. this mike, we have you on the phone. can you tell us what you saw? >> yeah. hello. we are about a mile away from my apartment. so as soon as i heard the commotion, i headed down here. what i can see on the ground
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like there are two cars above. there is a second car a little bit behind the scene: it appears to have driven tlaul stone wall. you can see the air bags have been deployed. about a hundred feet down right at the intersection of cory and kitter, the bus went down the hill. and right into the side of the house. when i got here, there were probably about 25 kids. on the sidewalk. very shaken up. no real obvious injuries. but i did see at least one student get car rid firefighters. got put into an ambulance. f there is another man on the gurney who is taken away in an ambulance. right now, it is a very active scene. there is probably a dozen firefighters trying to reconstruct exactly what happened here. the road is shut down. a heavy police presence. you know, obviously, there is a lot of neighbors on hand as well. you know, people who saw what happened or you know, heard what happened. quickly ran over to make sure everyone was okay to see what was going on. >> sarah: mike, the student
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taken into the ambulance, could you tell, were they talking? >> yeah. they looked okay. you know, it was a little girl. she seemed to be conscious i, alert, and okay. there was a man on a stretcher who also seemed to be okay. both of those ambulances just took off. it looks like they are heading to the hospital as we speak. but you know, the little kids, you know, they must have been in elementary school. i saw on the sidewalk, you know, they all seemed to be okay. you know, obviously >> that is the good news here. >> sarah: is anyone that was there, are they saying how this happened? if a car crashed into the school bus or what was the cause of this crash? has anybody said? >> no one has said. what it looks like from behind, you know, there was a black s.u.v. with the air bags that have been deployed. some significant front end damage that clearly went through some kind of a stone wall.
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see any... okay. i'm talking to a witness right now. who said that there is an s.u.v. coming out of the driveway. and the bus... this spot at cory street, it is a four-lane road. it is a tight turn. apparently, it was a car that was coming out of a driveway. when the bus clipped it. sent it into a stone wall. and then the bus itself went do into a house. this is part of quincy where the houses are right up on the street. so obviously, there wasn't much room to go to hit that house. and i'm talking to a neighbor right now who says that the neighbors around here have complained to police a lot. as someone who drives up this road every day, you know, it is a tight squeeze. and really it is kind of a blind turn. as you are coming down that part of cory street.
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from quincy center. like, the star market. the tjmaxx. some bigger landmarks over in this area. you know, that appears to be kind of what happened. because you can just... i don't know if the chopper... if you can see. >> sarah: we will take a quick break right now. sorry to interrupt you. we will check back in with you in a little bit. we will continue to gather more information from
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>> sarah: we are conning to follow some breaking news right now. police say several... sorry. wrong story. here we go. we are talking about a man who murdered his father in dedham. steve cooper has the very latest. >> it is shocking. shocking. you know. >> reporter: neighbors on
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watching state troopers and police detectives as they execute a search warrant following a murder overnight. >> at 2:00 in the morning, there was police all over the place? >> my wife got up to go to the bathroom. she said, you know, something is not good. you know? report tt norfolk county d.a. responded to 62 lower east street around 2:00 a.m. after receiving a telephone call. 59-year-old paul anderson was rushed to norwood hospital with multiple traumatic injuries and was pronounced dead. s anderson who lived in the house with his father was taken into custody and then charged with murder. >> any reaction that there was a murder next-door? . >> well, we have been here for 27 years. the first time. >> reporter: police still processing the crime scene. leaving neighbors anxious for answers here. >> sad situation. you know? >> reporter: just tragic. >> it is horrible. you know? i don't like my kids to think about it.
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>> reporter: anderson is being held without bail right now. he returns to court next month. we are expecting to learn more about the motive for the murder. in dedham, steve cooper, 7 news. >> sarah: and we continue to follow other breaking news stories right now. police say several children were transported to the hospital with minor injuries after a bus crash in quincy. sources telling 7 news the bus driver and four children are being taken to south shore hospital in quincy. now, the bus crashed right into a house in the area of the road is now shut down. we have a crew on the way to the scene. we will bring you the very latest. now to a developing story. police have identified the driver in a wrong-way crash that left five people dead, including four college students. investigators say the 31-year-old woman was driving southbound on 495 north when she crashed into another car. john cuoco has more from middleborough. >> reporter: horrific accident for our guys.
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middleborough. killing five people early monday morning. >> they are all great kids. they had really good hearts, you know? state police now saying 20-year-old kraig diggs, a student at anna maria college was behind the wheel of this 2003 mercury stable before he and three others were hit head-on by a wrong-way driver. >> a fun-loving kid. >> reporter: he spoke to his father sunday. the last conversation the two would have. >> he was a good kid. i would always say that i always had to worry about other people, other things stopping him. >> reporter: 19-year-old jordan fisher was also in the court. the harwich native was a student at becker college. he was home this weekend to see family. >> my best friend, my cousin, you know. hung out every day. played basketball together. you know, went through life together. you know, he was like a brother to me. report two others, another becker student, an 18-year-old from west babylon, new york and another anna maria student
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to figure out what caused the 31-year-old driver of this infiniti to get on the highway the wrong way. state police don't expect to release any more information today other than the fact that this crash is still under investigation. in middleborough, 7 news. >> sarah: a man facing animal abuse charges is in court today. 46-year-old john bowen was arrested last night after reports he was physically assaulting his dog. witnesses told officers bowen was punching and lifting police say surveillance video later confirmed witness statements that bowen was taken into custody. all right. 12:34 right now. we will switch gears to your forecast. a chill in the air out there. a lot of sunshine. temperatures will struggle to climb today. let's send it over to danielle gersh now. >> danielle: certainly, feeling more like november out there today, sarah. starting to see more clouds stream in. but for the most part, mostly
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upper 40's. this is where we are going to be for the next couple of days. those west and northwest winds are gusting. 20-0 miles per hour. it is a breezy day as well. those winds will die down as we head into the overnight hours. the temperature trend, we should be in the upper 50's. not the case. in the upper 40's through thursday. back to the 50's on friday. now, thursday into friday, is also when we track our next chance for rain. we will talk more on that coming up. back to you, sarah. the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year -
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in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state. join them in voting no on question two. kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one day you're a kid - and the next... kelly: ...you're raising your own little girl. kelly: growing up, i watched my mom work so hard. through challenges and struggles, she made our lives better. she's my inspiration in the senate - protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kate: you can do anything? kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte,
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>> sarah: several children transported to the hospital with minor injuries after this bus crash.
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quincy. sources telling 7 news we are learning now the driver of the car, and then four children on this bus were taken to south shore hospital in weymouth. the bus crashed right into that house. this is in the area of kitter and cory streets. that will now shut down one of our executive producers mike fahey was there on scene. witnesses telling him that a car was backing out from a home on to this busy road. that's when the bus down that embankment into that house right there. i believe sours are telling us the students are between k and fifth grade. they were weight outside the bus. one girl was actually carried offer the school bus into an ambulance. as well as another person waiting outside that school bus. again, our executive producer on scene saying they were alert and conscious and talking. we are hearing that these are
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out as a precaution. but again, we continue to follow this breaking news. we will give you the very latest updates as soon as we get them. all right. moving on to the election. a little more than two weeks. can you believe it? until the election. hillary clinton is maintaining her lead in the race for the white house. according to the latest nbc survey monkey poll, in a two-way race, the democratic nominee has a six-point lead over republican nominee donald trump. clinton has 50% of the vote. donald trump h that is with a 1% marginle of error. and the candidates are out in full force hitting the swing states hard to sway those undecided voters. kris anderson is here with more. >> kris: well, the trump campaign is hiing cities across florida with a simple message. don't listen to the media. the race is not over. two weeks out and donald trump is campaigning in all-important florida. new polls have him trailing. but trump says they are phony. >> because this is part of the
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system that i have been talking about since i entered the race. the immediatia yeah isn't just against me. they are against you. >> reporter: in am the parks trump brought up a new poll that has him winning. >> has us up two points nationwide. we are leading. number one. >> reporter: trump also firing back over allegations that a hillary clinton ally gave thousands of dollars to the campaign of the spouse of an f.b.i. deputy director who was connected to the clinton e-mail investigation. nothing wrong! >> reporter: trump also taking to facebook launching a live-streaming nightly so-called newscast. >> hi. welcome to trump tower live. >> reporter: many wondering if it is a prototype of a possible trump tv network. trump's florida push continuing tamed in sanford and tall hassey, florida. as for hillary clinton, she is turning her attention to helping democrats take back the senate. >> reporter: hillary clinton feeling confident in new hampshire.
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she was joined by massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. >> he thinks that because he has money, that he can call women fat pigs and bimboes. >> reporter: hammering donald after this comment at the debate. >> sump a nasty woman. >> get this, donald! nasty women are tough. nasty women are smart. and nasty women vote! >> reporter: the clinton team now turning its focus to the senate. where democrats need four seats to take back control. in new hampshire, clinton hassan to knock out senator kel ideal ayotte. >> unlike her opponent, she has never been afraid to stand up to donald trump. (cheers and applause) she knows he shouldn't be a role model for our kids or anybody else, for that matter. >> kris: last week, the clinton campaign moved more than $7 million to help boost other democrats. in the newsroom, kris anderson,
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>> danielle: coming up, chilly out there. temperatures in the 40's. freeze warning overnight tonight. plus, when we track our next chance for rain coming up. this is where the oil billionaire koch brothers hosted a fundraiser for kelly ayotte... with the koch brothers 90% of the time. ayotte's campaigns collected millions from corporate interests. and voted for them, not you. she voted wall street banks billions in write offs for executive bonuses. voted big oil billions in tax breaks. but kelly ayotte voted against letting families refinance student loans. and against lowering the cost of prescription drugs. kelly ayotte's not working for new hampshire. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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>> sarah: all right. we continue to follow this breaking news out of quincy. the school bus crash, a live look from sky 7 hd. let's sejd it out to dan hausle who is on the scene. he joins us by phone with the very latest. what are you hearing from the scene from witnesses, dan? >> reporter: well, i'm standing just a few feet from that now leaning school bus that is propped up against the house. and witnesses say this bus apparently out of control as it came downhill and around the curb. and then it hit a car that was coming out of a driveway. not expecting the bus to be careening down that road at the time. the bus also took out a mailbox and then it continued down the road with. no evidence of any brakes being applied or working, no skid marks on the road. the bus finally crashed into a house.
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that house. it did go inside the house. the front of the bus is showing heavy damage. but the rest of the bus is intact. there were a couple of children on the bus. ages maybe eight years old, on average. and they were mostly okay. four, we are told, were taken to the local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. they appeared to be up and around and walking. four of them looked like they along with the bus driver also taken to the hospital. also injuries described as not life-threatening. and the driver of the car that was hit by the bus also ended up going to the hospital. again, seems more as a precautionary or minor injury measure than some worse injuries. so you have a half a dozen injuries. after a school bus goes out of control. hits a car. hits a mailbox. and then ends up hitting a house. why it happened, still the subject of the continuing
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live in quincy, dan hausle, 7 news. >> sarah: all right. thanks, dan. we are getting an update from quincy police on twitter. grades k-5. students are being transported to sons of italy to be reunited with those parents. just for an update for you parents outs there. with that. all right. we will send it over to danielle now with the check of the forecast. >> danielle: thanks. much cooler out there. 48 degrees right now in bost when we were in the 80's. and that west, northwest wind is right now up to two miles per hour. it is certainly breezy out there. those winds, gusting 20-25 miles per hour. current temperatures to our northwest are very chilly. that north wind is bringing in the cool air. >> you want to blame someone for why it is so cold, that northwest wind. as i was menging, it is breezy out there. with those winds anywhere from 15-20 miles per hour. and those gusts are even higher than that.
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peaking or past peak in many places out there. certainly, feeling a lot more like november. a nice live shot outside. you see more cloud cover throughout right now. so it's a cooler day, indeed. the next couplele of days are going to stay that way. in fact, as we head into the overnight hours tonight, we have a freeze warning that goes into effect for all of these areas in purple. away from the coast, that is where temperatures are probably going to drop into the uppe's many spots going to be below freezing. it is going to be a chilly overnight again with those really cool temperatures. the winds will die down. we will be under a clear skies also as we head into the overnight hours. that is going to allow those temperatures to drop. looking ahead, tomorrow, going to be much like today. and then, thursday, we will start to track some changes. so this is the system we will watch that will move in and that will track east. wit, we have very cold air in place.
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as we head into the afternoon and evening hours, we will start to see that rain arrive, and that will continue thursday into the evening, into dinnertime. the overnight hours and lingering into friday as well. to our north, to our west, a lot of that going to be snow. not expecting any of that here at home, though. when we are all said and done with, this we could pick up another half an inch to an inch of much-needed rain. so far, this october, we have picked up over have actually been above average since february. today, though, temperatures cool but no rain. sunshine, clouds increasing. overnight tonight, very chilly. temperatures dropping down into the upper 20's. those upper 30's will be in boston and places closer to the coast. for tomorrow, another cool day. with temperatures in the 40's. again, rain arrives thursday. stays with us into friday morning. for the weekend, back to the 50's with an isolated shower
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>> sarah: a 7-year-old girl winds up with pills as a prize. the pills came out of a machine at a pizza shop in new hampshire. the girl's mom wants to know how this happened. kris anderson has more now from the family. >> kris: this gum ball machine with toys inside eye of 7-year-old alison jones when she was out to dinner at rochester house of pizza with her family friday night. when she put quarters in the machine, what she got wasn't something to play with at all. >> when i saw it come down and i saw it wasn't a toirx i thought it was candy. they called police who confirmed what was inside the plastic container were, in fact, pills. >> the pills weren't narcotics. they were not controlled drugs. they were blood pressure medication due to the size and the color and the imprint on
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removed the machine. now police are working with them and the vendor reviewing video and retracing steps to figure out how the pills got there. >> i always thought something like this would never happen to me. but it does happen where you live. so just double-check your kids' candy. make sure they are safe. >> reporter: little alison says she is sure glad that is what her mom did. >> i think she saved my life. >> reporter: representative from the pizza parlor says they have never had a problem with that gumball the past. both businesses are cooperating with the investigation. kris anderson, 7 news. >> danielle: coming up, how long the chilly temperatures stick around. when we track our next chance
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kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, and i approved that message. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can.
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y ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> sarah: breaking news right now. several children transported to the hospital with minor injuries after this bus crash in quincy. sources are telling 7 news that the driver of this school bus and of this other vehicle as well as four children that were on the ho being taken to south shore hospital in weymouth. what we are learning from sources on scene is that a car was backing out of their house. this is at kitter and cory streets in quincy. and this school bus, according to witnesses, was coming down this road, hit this car that was trying to back out, and so school bus driver, according to dan hausle saying it doesn't look like any brakes were applied. just flew right into the side of that house.
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that was trying to back out of that driveway. the executive producer on scene saying he saw a student, a girl being carried off the school bus. we are learning this was k-5th grade students. everyone was alert and talking. again, we are hearing minor injuries. children, according to quincy police, on quincy public school bus that were involved in the crash were k-5. students and parents are being to be reunited with their moms and dads. that is the very latest on. this of course, go to whdh.com to get the very latest and we will have more coming up for you on 7 news at 4:00. have a great day, everybody. see you tomorrow. i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools?
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